Kylian Mbappe must become more humble if he wants to be a cherished figure in the game, according to Metz boss Frederic Antonetti.
The Ligue 1 giants managed to maintain their 100 per cent start to the new league season following Achraf Hakimi's last-gasp winner at the Stade Saint-Symphorien on Wednesday night.
But it was the last moment of drama in what was an ill-tempered clash which saw Metz captain Dylan Bronn and boss Antonetti sent off in the closing stages.
Kylian Mbappe (R) must become more humble if he wants to be loved, according to Metz boss Frederic Antonetti (L)
Mbappe seemingly tried to lob Alexandre Oukidja from a kick back after the ball had been put out for an injury
The hosts were infuriated by PSG's wild celebrations after Hakimi's winner but were also left incensed by Mbappe's attempt ten minutes earlier to seemingly try and lob Metz goalkeeper Alexandre Oukidja from a kick back following the ball being put out of play for an injury.
Oukidja managed to claw the ball away after back-pedalling, but the hosts were furious the France star - who failed to secure a dramatic mega-money move to Real Madrid in the summer - had attempted to score from what is usually seen as sportsmanlike gesture.
And Antonetti subsequently dished